Sneakerheads are bombarded with news of upcoming releases on a daily basis. To save you some time from searching each and every site and leak account, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to sift through the onslaught and bring you a few noteworthy kicks that have captured our attention.
Today, 11 by Boris Bidjan Saberi has debuted its Spring/Summer 2021 collection with Salomon. Per usual, the assortment is made up of a variety of dyed models, this time consisting of half-dyed and full-dyed designs.
In other sneaker news, END. is currently prepping the release of its latest joint effort with Reebok, one that spotlights the Club C 85, while adidas has introduced an all-new ZX silhouette, the ZX 2K Pure. And last but not least, outdoor brand Snow Peak has launched the perfect work-from-home shoe.
Release Date: TBC
Where to Buy: 11 by Boris Bidjan Saberi retailers
Editor’s Notes: Boris Bidjan Saberi has added a series of new dyes to his collaborative line with Salomon for Spring/Summer 2021. Here, we find models like the Bamba 2 High and Bamba 2 Low offered in both half-dyed and full-dyed variations, executed in colors ranging from white and black, to yellow, purple, and pink.
Release Date: February 13
Where to Buy: END.
Editor’s Notes: For its latest collaboration with Reebok, END. has reimagined the classic Club C 85. Dubbed the “Chalk,” the sneaker features a tonal leather upper, branded with an all-over embossed panel on the side. The signature Club C branding has been removed from the tongue, while END. embroidery tags the pair further on the heels.
Release Date: Available now
Where to Buy: Snow Peak
Editor’s Notes: During this era of continual quarantine, Snow Peak has come through with a primetime work-from-home footwear option. Presented is the luxe Relaxin’ Babouche Sandal, made from waterproof leather. To ensure maximum comfort, the shoe incorporates a sponge sheet using Vibram’s Morflex formulation, which is known for its shock absorption and abrasion resistance. The Snow Peak Relaxin’ Babouche Sandal — currently available in two colorways of gray and black — is designed to be worn as a full slip-on shoe or a mule.
Release Date: Available now
Where to Buy: adidas
Editor’s Notes: Today adidas has announced the latest addition to its ZX lineup with the ZX 2K Pure. The ZX 2K Pure is characterized by both new and familiar ZX design elements, including a ripstop netted overlay, entwining lacing system, welded toe box, and Three Stripes detailing, all positioned atop a wrapped BOOST midsole, zagging heel, and TPU heel cage. You can purchase adidas’ new ZX sneaker in four distinct colorways, each retailing for $150.
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